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This publication presents the principles of ecological restoration, with a focus on how landscape architects can incorporate these principles into their projects, and how they can work with scientists to meet ecological restoration project goals. The importance of collaboration between designers, planners, scientists, and stakeholders in such projects is emphasized. An extensive resource list provides project examples from different ecosystems and regions of the U.S.
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Learn basic principles of ecological restoration.
2. Learn how planners and designers can incorporate these principles into their projects.
3. Selected examples illustrate a variety of restoration projects in different landscapes and ecosystems across the U.S.
Lee R. Skabelund, ASLA; G.M. Kondolf; Craig W. Johnson; and Allegra Bukojemsky, ASLA
American Society of Landscape Architects